MP Election 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule, Updates, Parties & More: The state of the Madhya Pradesh is one of the biggest states in terms of population in India with its capital ‘Bhopal’, in the same way as known the polls are held usually once a five year to elect the chief minister of the state, the people votes and give a chance to the party of the person to work for their good, a political party shall at least gain minimum of 50%+1 of the total seats to choose it’s own CM candidate from the MLA’s winners or the MLC (if states has MLC elections option), where winning party could form the party after winning the Madhya Pradesh Elections 2018.
When we discuss the previous polls before discussing the current MP Elections 2018/2019 Dates which are announced by the EC, you shall wait till the EC announces if officially, Back to the previous polls held in 2013, the parties which participated as follows Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and other parties including the independent candidates.
Madhya Pradesh MP Assembly Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule
- MP Assembly Elections 2017 Notification (Issue of Public Notice by EC): Expected Nov/Dec 2018
- Last date for filing Nomination forms: Not yet Announced
- Scrutiny of Nominations: Not yet Announced
- Last Date of Withdrawal of Nominations: Not yet Announced
- Gujarat Assembly Polls Date: Expected: Not yet Announced
- Hours of Poll: Update Very Soon (Stay Tuned Here)
- Gujarat Assembly Re-Polling (if required): Update later
- Gujarat Assembly Election Results/Counting of Votes: Expected in December 2018 or January 2019
The tenure of the last assembly polls to be completed by the 7 January 2019, but usually EC could declare the dates before the tenure ends as after tenure expires the New CM or the again elected CM/Party have to take place and can be in power in the state, so we could simply expect that the polls can be held In late 2018’s in the last quarter which is November or December 2018, let us see what happens, till now the officials have not announced the dates but once announced we will also update the same here.
The Madhya Pradesh state has a total of 230 Assembly constituencies, the party which wins 116 seats which is more than half can form the government in the state after the MP Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018, last time the BJP won 165 seats from the total, whereas Congress left out with 58 seats, whereas BSP won 4 seats, but this the scenario could be different if the AAP or Aam Aadmi Party also contest the polls, yet there is nothing information that AAP is contesting the polls or not, if there is anything informed officially, we may let you know the same.
Once the EC officials announced the dates, timings, polling schedule or anything else related to the polls, we may update it over here, even before the dates are announced the political parties could start preparing or campaign for the polls which could give them better results, but usually rather than campaign the good work also shows the positiveness towards the people of the state, there are total 230 seats which are not lesser but a big figure, now to be seen that BJP could retain back its position or not or Congress try to be in power once again, or something different could happen.